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BHND HULLKT1N, IIICND, OREGON, TIIUIWIMV, I'KIIRIARV Ut, J010
FOR ROAD USE
MOVEMENT IH UNDER WAV TO
, MAK HPHUCH imvihiww
- MOTOR VEHICLES AVAILAI1LE
Toil STATE HIGHWAY WORK.
(From Krldny'n Dally.)
An n menus of making possible
Krontnr offlclolicy In carrying out tho
good roads iin)Rram In Deschutes
county nuil In OroKon, tho Bond Com
mercial club In earnestly backing tho
movement to Hucuro motor trucks,
thousands of which nro In tho pos
hobnIoii ot tho npruco production dl
vision. Tho moans of iltnponliiK of tho
trucks (ih rintl plnunml In for tho
mtlo of tho cum to prlvuto Individ
uiiln, W. C. lllrdsnl! of llond. writ
hit; to Hlutn Koprosontiitlvo Den
Hhohlon, pointed out, howovor, tluit
thin plan would hrliiK In n compiiru
tlvuly small nmotmt of money, whllo
by turning ovor tho truckn to tho
various states for hlKliwny or othur
Ntnto work n vast nmount of Rood
would tin douu for tint people mid
tho country at Inrgo,
jjtt connection with tho question
brought up, tho Commorclnl club rd
colved n letter yesterday from Ilopre
Hontntlvo Sheldon slating ttinl ho
would turn tho mnllur over to thu
ntnto hlghwny coidiiiIhiiIoii. Tho club,
hownvor, In not antlftflod with thin
disposition of tho case, mid In nn
iiworlng urges Hint It bo tukou up
nl oncn In tho legislature.
Mr. lllrdnnU'n Interest In tho mut
ter wiiii stimulated by n recent con
vention with Major Campbell of
tho spruco dlvlnlon In Portland, In
which tho tinny officer staled that
lia wan iituloun Hint tho truckn bo
turned oyer to tho slates to nld In
WHILE IN CARD GAME
Trio Taken ThU Morning ly Chief of
Police Niton Hay They Woro
I'luyliiK Solo, Not Poker.
(Trout Katurday'n Dally.'
Suspected ot vlolntlou of tho
utitl-gnmhllng lawn. H. 1', llnrclay, L.
V. Ifowell and Dr. J. II. Connarn
"3yro npprohended at tl o'clock thin
morniiiK by dibit of I'ollco L. A. W.
Nnlxou, In ii hotiHo near Kill and
Greenwood. Tho throo declared
that they had merely baun Indulging
In a noclablo II tt It amo ot hoIo, but
wcro ordered to report In court at
3 o'clock thin afternoon for henrliiK.
Intimation that gambling wan
going on reached tho pollen head
uartorn thin morning, and Chlot
Nixon at onco proceeded to tho
holme. A gomo of poker wun In pro
gross when ho looked through tho
window, ho mild, hut by tho time
tho door had been opened, on hln
demand, tho money had been nwept
out ot sight nnd tho stylo ot play
had changed. Ita collected approx
imately 100 beforo rotonalnic thu
BY MILL INSURANCE
Piillrlr for 9-t01t Wcro Carried by
llrookn-Srnnlon Lumber Co. for
Mou Who Died of 'Mil."
(From Friday's Dally.)
Four chocks for 11000 nach havo
been received by tho llrooks.Bcnulou
Lumber company for romlttauco to
tho honeflclarlen of omployen who
died during thu recent influenza opt
douilo, Tho chocka represent Innur
unco carried by tho company for tho
bonoflt of omployen.
Tho foirr omployen who died dur
ing tho opldomlo weru II. A, Pearco,
William Strnuborg, DoiiRlau Clurk
lud Axel Youugon. Thu Pcar'co
check koch to hlo family In HuriiH,
that for Dnuglnii Clurk to hU
mother, 'Mrs. Imogono Elder, ot
llond, and tho checkH for William
Strunburg nnd Axel Youugon to tholr
families, nltjo of llond.
Including (Iicho puymouts thu total
paid by tho liiaurunco company
through tho lumber company nlnco
February 1, 1918, on account of
Hatha of omployen Ih $12,000,
(From Frlday'B Dally,)
Rouowod nativity In tho realty
markot wun Indicated hero today In
s ualo of tho 10. M. Lara house In
nolyi) park to J, If. Molator, log-
King Huporlntundont lor Tho Shovlln
Illxon Company, for n coiiRldorntlon
lot $0000. Tho Biilo wan offoctod
through tho ugonoy ot J, O. Rhodes,
AFTER SNOW IS
(From Friday's Dally.)
With Mix I nchen of iiiiovv coy-
orlng tho Rrouud, in oh I of It
fallen during tho day, Horn! wit'
nossod the rare iipoctuclo of n
winter thunder ntorm Into yes-
terdny afternoon, Lightning
flanhed nnd thuiidor rolled dur-
Ing it period of a fjtinrtnr ot mi -hour.
Tho oloclrlo ntorm ntnrt-
od n fow mlnuteN after tho fall-
Ing snow had turned Into n
heavy rain. Old Inhabitant ot
llond can romembor no nlmllar
combination ot weather condl-
Tho precipitation durliiR thu -lant
two monthn han been uu-
untially heavy for thin time of
year, totulliiR approximately
three Inchon. With plenty of -
nnow mill unmolted, tho ground -In
nonked with molHture, nnd
vnnt renerven of nnow In tho
moiiutnlnn promise mi nbund-
unco of water for IrrlRatlou
durltiR tho comlitR noanon.
Dumper cropn nro predicted.
CAPACITY 1IOUHE AT OYM.VAHIUM
KNJOVH PUODUCTIO.V OF "THU
Clllli OF KAOLK ItANCII," l"OH
IIDNKFIT OF LlllllAHY.
(From Saturdny'n Dally.'
PlnylnR to n capacity hounu ut thu
Ilcnd Amateur Athlotlo club gymim
kltt in latt nlnht, local talonl plnyorn,
under tho direction of Jay I). Noble,
produced "Tho Qlrl of Knulo Itanch"
with excellent nuccem. Tho plot ot
tho play In woven about a cattle
ruHtlliiR eplModo an an Arizona ranch,
mid thu ntory ondn with tho dofunt
ot tho outluwn nnd tho nuccennful
outcome of a throe-ply lore affair.
Tho piny wan rIvoii for thu benefit
of tho llond Library club.
Unusually Rood music wan fur
ulithcd durliiR thu performance by
mi orchestra computed nf Mm. M. II.
Horlon, Mm. Iva Ward, Ale'x. KkrIo
nloii, Anhloy Forrent, Dr. It. I).
Ketchum nnd M. Ilnlvornon. Tho
mombern ot tho atnt wore Jay 1).
Noble, KuRuno Fulton, Forn Allen,
liny Cnlden, Ted Hoxton, Italpli Cur
tin, Mrn. It. H. Dnrt'iind Mm! Amy
Ilcnd IiIrIi nchool clrlit. In whllo
frockn, each wearing tho national
cotorn, were the imliora for tho even
SOLDIER TO OPEN
Under the nnino ot .thu llond
TalljirlnR company, M. A. Chlnlund
will open u drat clasn tnlor shop,
with mi up-to-dato cleanltiR and
prevaliiR plant attached, In thu north
half of tho Loven hIioo ntoro room
on Monday. Mr. Chlnlund hnn Jtut
boon dlnchnrRed from tho army, hav
ing boon In tho nurvlco for thu pant
15 monthn. Ho ban taken ovor thu
cleanliiR department ot tho llond
Steam laundry, ho nniiounced today.
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LAND DEAL CLOSED
AT PLEASANT RIDGE
PMOABANT ItllHlW, Feb, 12.
It In reported that Mr. Nelnon Ihih
purcliiiHiid tho Krtuo placO from
Mr, mid Mm. J, A. Cliano and
dauRhtur ICtta wore Itedmond vln
Mm, Cnrrlo JoIiiihou In kcoplm:
houna for Mrn, Uomcoo Howard of
Doiif.li u ten durltiR tho hitter's nb
nouco in Portland.
ItnnmuH Petcrnon had tho threnh
om tho flrnt ot thu week.
J. F. Youiir camo down from near
llend Monday to Rut noma hay from
Mr. mid Mru. O. II. Andornon at
tended tho Pratt ualo, near Ited
N. I). Wood, tho Rovornmont trap
per, In preparlnK to do nomo IrapplriR
In thin tielRhborhood.
Mr mid Mrn, J. A, Chano and
dauRhtur KtU wont to Itedmond
Tuenday, Mr. Chanu nttondliiR tho
Mrs. O. K, Andornon wan In llend
on builnonn Friday,
Haiin Mlkkolnen hittortliiR hln po
tatocn mid nacklux thorn preparatory
to MhlppliiR them lit a few days.
Con llroeu wan over from Alfalfa
Friday nnd Saturday to look after
Mr. mid Mrn. J. A. Cliano and
dmiRliter ICtta vlnlted at tho Cray
Anton Ahlntrom In nutforlnR from
a nevero cold thin week.
Mrs, O. I''. Audernon wan In Ited
Mrn. Wayne Chano and baby camo
out on Saturday from Itedmond to
visit over Sunday nl tho homo of Mr.
mid Mrn. J. A. Chano.
Hasinas Putorson nnd Mm, Cath
arine Johnnson wero Itedmond vis
Olo IIitiiHon nnd family of Do
Hchutcn wuro callers ut tho Mlkkolnen
Mr. mid Mrs. O. K. Audernon at
tended tho curd party Riven at tho
Kedflold homo at Deschutes Satur
J. W. Peterson mado n business
trip to llend Saturday.
W. II. (Irny naw"ed nomo wood for
Anton Ahlntrom tho lust of tho week.
Marsh Aubrey ot llond wun a guest
nt tho Cray Jiomo over Saturday
LA PINE PUPILS
ARE GIVEN TESTS
LA PINK, Fob. 12. Mrn. W. a.
Fordham held clRhth Rrado exami
nations nl tho nchool Iiouhjo lant
Ted Povoy of Silver Lake, wan In
town Sunday iiIrIH on hln way to
Ililllo Van Catlow ban boon qulto
nick with tonnllltls tho pant week.
Fay L. Howard ot Uortland wan
vlnltliiR wltli friends nnd relatives
at Ln Pino Sunday. Ho expects to
locate In llend noon.
Mr. und Mm. a. II. Doming woro
In town Sunday.
Ocurgo Stoken won In La Pino on
Monday, ho hnd been making ncod
cd repairs on tho phono line.
Alt Shults nnd Carl Wlua wcro In
Itoburt Covey wan In town nnd
took tho Will Iloguo car homo.
Tho Manton children nro In nchool
nnln after an absence ot about two
Mrn. Frank J) rooks loft on thu
stage Saturday for tho Ilrooks-Scan-lou
camp where she will tako enro
ot tho Harron families, which nro
down with tho Influenza.
Mm. Harry Illlcy returned to hor
homo nt llend Friday.
Mr. and Mrn, C. M. Krdmau woro
La Pino visitors Saturday.
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slip, encloso with Cc to Foley & Co.,
2835 Sheffield Avo., Chicago, III.,
writing your namo mid address cloar
ly. You will reculvo in return n trial
package containing Foley's Honey
luid Tar Compound, for coughs, colds
mid croup, Foluy Kidney l'lllo and
Foley Cathartic Tablets. Bold every
Try n Want Ad.
STATE EXAMS ARE
HELD AT SISTERS
HlHTHItH, Fob. 11, A dobnlo wn
held nt tho school house on Tuesday
afternoon. In 'Miss ICiippliuhii'n room.
Tho affirmative hpeakors wero; Cecil
mid Hurl llobhlnn, John Wllsln ami
Idulla McAdnmn. Nccatlvo npeakern;
Dorothy Taylor, John Allen, Vino
Stldhnm, Alvln llrndy nnd Hilda
McAdurnn, Tho JuiIkch woro: Vern
Kief, Arnold Ilnidy and Oeoro
Davis. Tho dubato wan decided In
favor of tha ncRatlvo,
Mrs, C. W. Allen conducted tho
examination at tho school house In
tho upper room lant Thursday mid
Friday, Ceorio Davis nnd Arnold
lirady wroto on all tho subjects for
an nlehth Rrado diploma. Margaret
QuiberKt Aunlu Clletl and Iraol Har
rington, wroto In, spoiling; Annlo
Cllett, Iraal Harrington, John Allen
and John Wilson wroto In agricul
ture, John Allen, Hilda mid Idella
McAdam, Vino Stldham mid Alvln
llrndy wroto on physiology.
Mr, nnd Mrs. J. P. Duckett havo
xouo to Chchalln, WanhlnKtori, for
u visit with friutidn, Mr. Duckott
will return within u abort timo and
'resume hln construction work at tho
Mux Wurzweller returned from
Itav. D. K. Stownrt wan a passcn
or on tho sIoko Wednesday on his
way to Ilcnd wboro ho will conduct
II. C. Turner, a brother of Mm. M.
N, McKltinay In visiting hero from
Calenpel, Montana, coming In an tho
stage lant Wednesday. Tho reunion
botwen tho brother and sinter In tho
first In 27 yearn.
Mrs. M. It. Orogan and son Dewey
wero shopping nt Hlstors, Wednesday,
Mrs. Urogan has received a letter
from her sou Homer who Is stationed
with tho American army in Siberia.
P. L. Mead In driving tho stago
from Itedmond to Slaters.
John Doknu of Clovcrdolo was
shopping In Sisters Saturdny.
J. L, Davldnoir mado a trip to tho
Metollus Snturday to get soma poles
to repair his form machinery.
Win. Combs and J. U. Fryrcnr
went, shopping at Sisters last Sat
urday. Forrester Perry A. South, B. L.
Tone, Max Wurzweller nnd Mr.
Darnes attended tho meeting ot stock
Krowora al llend lant Saturduy.
Mrs. J. II. Stldham In roportcd to
bo 111 with tho neuralgia.
P. 11. Davis was sick n few days
with la grippe.
Mrs. Ilortha York camo In from
tho Tone ranch Saturday.
Hartley 'Murkoll In overhauling Van
Wilson's Ford car.
Tho Van Tassel family attended
Sabbath school exercises at Sisters
11. Nortnaglo has sold throo of his
Jersey cows to Qcorgo Cyrus of
Head Tho Bulletin Class Ads.
ALFALFA MAN IS
BACK FROM CAMP
ALFALFA. Fob. 12. Ountnvo
Horry urrlvcd from Cnrap Lowls Fri
day with nn honorable discharge
from tho U. 8. nrmy.
Paul Mertncning, and Wm. Horscl
wero looking nfter business matters
in the Powoll Dutto section Sunday
Frank Mcllroom nnd family, Al
bort Shults und family, Tom Dealey,
Carl Larson nnd Gustavo Horry nl
tondod tho piny. "Tho Girl of Kaglo
Hunch," In Uend Friday oronlng
Lonter Uarber expects to leave for
Salt Luke City Tuesday to visit his
brother, Jotbo Harbor,
Miss Jessie V. Hartley and Gcorgo
Hobbs wero calling on Powoll Uutto
Kerry Guuo conducted tho eighth
grndo examinations Friday. Tho ap
plicants wero Miss Goldlo Ferry, Miss
Vern a Shults, Austin Harbor and
Carl I-urson dollvored a dressed
beef to the llond innrket Tuesday.
Mrs. Italpli Smock nnd Mrs.
Charles Smock wero transacting
business In Ilcnd Friday.
Mrs. Mary Henn Is homo, again
nftor a few weeks sojourn In Port
land ami Aoorueon, Wash.
. U. S. llushncll and family ot Hob-
orta passed through Alfalfa Sunday,
on routo to tho Geo. Hobbs ranch ut
Powoll llutto, wherq they will reside
ror too present.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Dan Angland loft for
Portland to soek medical advlco for
Try a llullotln Want Ad for quick
SOTICK TO CitHlUTOItS.
In tho County Court of tho Stato of
Orcgou for Deschutes County.
In the Matter of thu Kstutu ot Hugh
The uudurslgiiod having been np.
pointed administratrix of tho estnto
ot Hugh Peckhum, deceased, notice
Is horoby given to tho creditors of
said estutx and to all other porsonu
having clnlms against suid dc-coasod
to present thon duly verified us re
quired by luw within six months
from tho dnto nt this notlco. to tho
unduralgmd nt tho office of C. S..
Benson, No. SCO Wall streot, lloud,
CAIIMB M. PECKHAM,
' As Administratrix ot tho Estnto
of Hugh Pockham, Deceased.
Dated this Cth duy ot February,
NOTICK VOH PUBLICATION
l'UHLIO INI HALE.
Dopartmont ot tho Interior, U. S.
l.nnd Oftlco ut Tho Dalles, Oregon,
January 0th, 1019.
Notlco la horoby given that, as dl
roctod by tho Commissioner ot tho
Uonornl Laud Office, under provl-
slons of Soc, 2GG, It. H., purnunnt to
tho 'application of Hoth stookoy,
Serial No, 010117, wo will offer nt
public nnlo, to tho highest bidder, but
at not less tlinn 3,00 per aero, at
11 o'clock n. m., on tho 18th day of
March, next, at this office, tho fol
lowing tract of land; NHt, Section-
in, Township 10 South Itnnga 14,
Kant W. M, (containing 1C0 acres).
Tho salo -will not bo kopt open,
but will ho declared cloned whon
those present nt tho hour named
havo censed bidding. Tho porson
making tho highest bid will bo re
quired to Immediately pay to tho
Itecelvor tho nmount thereof.
Any persons claiming adversely
tho nbovo-descrlbcd land nro ad
vised to fllo tholr claims, or objec
tions, on or beforo tho time desig
nated for salo.
L. A. UOOTH, Ilccclvcr.
NOTICK OF I'I.VAIj 8BTTLKMK.VT.
Notlco In hereby given toy tho un
dersigned that ho has mado and filed
with tho county clerk of Deschutes
county, Oregon, hln final account nn
tho administrator of tho estuto of
Loren H, Itobb, deceased, and thnt
said court has net Monday, tho 3d
day of March, 1918, at 10 o'clock A.
M. of said day, at tho county court
room In Hcnd, Oregon, ns tho timo
and placo for tho hearing and settle
ment ot said Final account, at which
timo nnd placo any person Interested
In said estate may appear and object
to said settlement.
Dated thin 30th day of January,
L. D. WIE8T,
As executor of tho estnto of Loren
U. ItobG, deceased.
NOTICK OF HIIKIUFF'H SALK
Hy. vlrtuo of .an execution ot fore
closure duly Issued by tho clerk of
tho circuit court of tho' county of
Deschutes, stato of Oregon, dated
tho 20th day of January, 1019, In a
certain action In tho circuit court
for said county nnd stato, wherein
Crook County Dank, a corporation
as plaintiff, recovered Judgment
against J. K. Myers, Katlo E. Myers,
und A. O. Myers, defendants, for tho
sum of eloven hundred and fifty
dollars, and costs and disbursements
taxed at seventy-five dollars, on tho
13th day ot December, 1918.
Notlco Is hereby given that I will,
on tho 24th day of February, 1919,
nt tho front door of tho county court
bou'so ln Hcnd, Oregon In said
county, nt 10 o'clock In tho forenoon
Lumber, m Lath, Shingles,
Building Mntcrinl, Kiln
Dried Flooring and all kinds of Finish N
SASH AND DOORS
COMPLETE STOCK ol Suadrd Sao.
BROOKS-SCANLON LUMBER CO.
Local Sales Agent, MILLER LUMBER CO.
flUFFSCHMIDT-DUGAN IRON WORKS
Manufacturers of Iron, Bronze and Semi-Steel Casting for
Power Transmiwion Machinery: Wood Pipe Fittings, Grate
Bars, Agricultural, Mining and Saw Mill Machinery. Ornament
at and Structural Iron. WE ARE PREPARED TO RUSH
YOUR ORDERS ON REPLACEMENTS FOR BROK
EN CASTINGS ON ALL KINDS OF FARM MA
CHINERY. BEND, OREGON.
Business and Professional Cards
R. S. HAMILTON
Rooms 13-1C First National
Dank Bide. Tol. 511
(Dr. Coc't Former Office.)
H. H. DcARMOND
O'Knno Building, Bondi Oregon
II. O. HLLI8
United Stnteji Commissioner
First Nstlonal Bank Building
MISS B. OSTERMAN
Lawrenco Bldg., Boom 3
Phono Red 2251
Read the Classified Ads:
Deachutes County Abstract Company
D. H. PEOPLES, President
Most Comnloto. Abstract Plant In Central Oregon, Speolal Attention
Glvon to Federal Loan Abstrnots.
First National Uonll Ultltf., DEND, ORE,, Cor, next to Alley
of said day, soil nt public auction,
to tho highest bidder, for cftsli, the
following described property, to-wltf
Lot eighteen In Mock twonty-flvo
In tho town of Itedmond, Oregon,.
Taken nnd levied uponxts tho prop
erty of the snld J. B. Myors, Katlo
B. Myors, and A. O. Myers, or ns
much thereof as may bo necessary to
satisfy tho said Judgment ln favor of
Crook County Hank against nnld J.
B. Myors, Katlo E. Myors nnd A. O.
Myors, with Interest thereon, to
gcthor with all costs and disburse
ments that havo or may accrue
8. B. ItOUEHTS,
Dated at Bend, Oregon, January
20, 1919. 47-Clc
NOTICK FOK PUHMCATIO.V.
(Not Coal Land)
Department of tho Interior; United
States Land office, nt Lnkovlow,
Oregon, January 15, 1919.
Notlco Is Imroby given thnt
Benjiman C. Scott of Ln Pino, Oro
gon, -who on April 12, 1915, made
homestead entry No. 085C8, for
WBE4 nnd EtfBWtf, Section 4,
Township 23 south, Itango 9 East,
Wlllamotto Meridian, has filed notlco
ot Intention to mako final threo year
proof to establish claim to tho land
ubovo described, beforo F. C. Senator,
United States Commissioner, nt Fort
Itock, Orcgbn, on the 28th day of
Claimant names ns witneses:
Knthryn M. Zlerolf, Cecil Holllns
head, J. N. Manton, nil of La Pine,
JA9. F. BURGESS,
Notlco Is hereby given that pur
suant to an order mado by tho Jus
tice of Peace, Bend district, De
schutes county, Oregon, tho following
estray cattle, to-wlt: Ono yearling
Jersey heifer, branded but which
brand cannot bo determined, and ono
yearling steer, red and whlto color,
not branded, will bo sold at the EIlc
Watson ranch, Cb miles northeast
of Bend, at tho hour ot 2:00 o'clock
p. m., on tho 2 1st day ot February,
1919, to pay tho damages and ex
penses of tho undersigned In tho
keeping ot said est rays and tho costs
incurred in connection with this
proceeding, Including advertising
costs, said salo to bo a public salo
to the highest bidder for cash.
Dated this Gth day of February,
49-COc OTTO KAESEMYER.
Pkono Black 1291
LEG A. THOMAS, A. A. IA.
2-4 O'Kano Building
BEND --- OltEQON
O. P. NI8WONOER, Bend, Ore.
XJcefiitcd Embalmcr, Funeral
Phono JFted 421. Lady Asat.
DR. R. D. STOWELL
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Prlvnto OfflcMn Thoraon'a
Glasses Fitted $3 and Up